Stitch pattern chart – SINGER 6110 User Manual
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STITCH PATTERN CHART
The table below will help you to select the correct pattern for your fabric and sewing job.
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Used for general purpose stretch sew
ing, bar tacks, finishing seams, em
broidery and appliqué.
For finishing hems and making ladder
Lets you mend, join and reinforce with
out bulk. Ideal for bar tacking.
Attractive for borders and smocking.
Makes perfectly formed, evenly spaced
scallops for edgings and tucks.
Straight Stretch A
Ideal for plain seams that stretch and
for repairing and reinforcing seams.
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For heavy-duty general purpose sewing.
Sweater and swimsuit construction. -
Overcast seams in butky knits and
stretch terry cloth,
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Useful for mending, overcasting and
attaching elastic and stretch iace.
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Traditionally used for hemstitching.
Perfect for ornamentai borders.
SLOW speed setting is recommended for sewing Stretch Stitch patterns and a tighter-than-normat pressure dial setting
may be needed for some fabrics. This stitch is designed for sirengih and permanence and cannot readily be ripped out
without risk of fabric damage.